Unrar within the NAS

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ermethic
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Re: Unrar within the NAS

Post by ermethic » Sat May 22, 2010 4:44 am

It works perfectly to install it as a custom command in Winscp too. Would be awesome if someone would make a small util to insert custom winscp commands in windows context menu, that would save a lot of time.

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Re: Unrar within the NAS

Post by fredclever » Sat Jun 19, 2010 3:14 pm

ermethic wrote:It works perfectly to install it as a custom command in Winscp too. Would be awesome if someone would make a small util to insert custom winscp commands in windows context menu, that would save a lot of time.


Can you give an example how you did it? little bit confusing how to use those commands
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ermethic
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Re: Unrar within the NAS

Post by ermethic » Sat Jun 19, 2010 4:01 pm

In WinSCP go to View/Preferences/Commands and Add a new command, enter a description, type

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/opt/bin/unrar x "!"
as the command, make sure Remote command is checked, and save it. Exit preferences and enable the Custom Commands toolbar (from the view/toolbars menu) and you have your unrar button in that menu. Just select your archive and hit it. The interface freezes until the unrar is done, but it works flawlessly.
Oh, also make sure you have the unrar ipkg installed.

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Re: Unrar within the NAS

Post by fredclever » Thu Jun 24, 2010 2:22 pm

Thanks man "!" :D
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illidan155
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Re: Unrar within the NAS

Post by illidan155 » Tue Feb 28, 2012 9:54 pm

Don't know unrar/unzip normally take heavy uses of cpu don't know if it really suggested to use it (with large file) with something less then a core duo :)

personally i don't like the ideas to see the cpu of my has spike up at 100% and freeze up until finished

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